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John S. Saul

The Next Liberation Struggle

Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy in South Africa

€ 28.69



Taal / Language : English

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PREFACE ix
INTRODUCTION: Liberation, and After 1(14)
PART I CONTINENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
Capitalism, Socialism, Democracy
15(72)
1. Sub-Saharan Africa in Global Capitalism (with Colin Leys)
17(15)
2. `What Is to Be Learned? The Failure of African Socialisms and Their Future
32(22)
3. Liberal Democracy vs. Popular Democracy in Sub-Saharan Africa
54(33)
PART II SOUTHERN AFRICA: A RANGE OF VARIATION
Peace and Reconciliation, Authoritarianism, and `African Socialism`
87(80)
4. On War and Peace in Africa: The Mozambican Case
94(13)
5. Lubango and After: `Forgotten History` as Politics in Contemporary Namibia (with Colin Leys)
107(22)
6. Mugabe, Gramsci, and Zimbabwe at Twenty-Five (with Richard Saunders)
129(17)
7. Julius Nyerere`s Socialism: Learning from Tanzania
146(21)
PART III SOUTH AFRICA: DEBATING THE TRANSITION
South Africa in Transition
167(62)
8. The Transition
173(22)
9. The Post-Apartheid Denouement
195(34)
10. Starting from Scratch? A Debate
229(13)
11. The Hares, the Hounds, and the ANC: On Joining the Third World in Post-Apartheid South Africa
242(15)
PART IV CONCLUSION
12. Africa: The Next Liberation Struggle
257(12)
APPENDIX: A Class Act: Canada`s Anti-Apartheid Record 269(10)
NOTES 279(63)
INDEX 342
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Januari 2005
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